Novel Optical Sensors and Biosensors

New optical sensors and biosensors are devices that use light to detect and measure changes in biological or chemical systems. They are based on the principle of optical spectroscopy and allow sensitive and specific measurements of various parameters such as pH, temperature, and concentrations of biomolecules. Optical sensors and biosensors have many applications in the fields of medicine, environmental monitoring, food safety, and biotechnology. They are commonly used to detect biomarkers of disease, monitor drug interactions, and detect contaminants in food and water. These sensors and biosensors are constantly evolving with the development of new technologies such as plasmonics, nanomaterials, and microfluidics to improve sensitivity, specificity, and miniaturization.

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